KCCA Fc coach Sam Simbwa has promised a goal fest in the team’s second group C game against Adama City in the ongoing Cecafa cup in Dar Es Salaam, viagra 60mg http://comotenerunabuenaereccion.com/wp-content/plugins/seo-magico-pro/lib/reddit.php Tanzania.
The Ugandan representatives lost 1-0 to hosts Azam Fc in their opening game but the experienced coach has rung bells of change in the squad and the format of approach the team will use.
“Expect a changed side from the one that narrowly lost 1-0 to Azam FC on Sunday. We are going for 4-4-2 formation with two strikers instead of the 4-3-3 we used against the Tanzanian team and I promise you the goals will rain in, sales ” Simbwa told the club media from Tanzania.
KCCA FC now face an uphill task of winning the two remaining matches against Adama City on Wednesday and Malakia (S.Sudan) on Sunday for a chance to qualify for the quarter final stage. However this situation does not worry the team who have been in the same ‘must-win’ situation in the last two regional tourneys.
“I have been in this situation before and I have managed to go through it unscratched. If we did it in the Mapinduzi cup group stages and CECAFA in Rwanda last year, why not now when we have such a comprehensive side?” mid maestro Hakim Ssenkumba posed.
Club captain Sakka Mpiima was sidelined in the opening game but still hopes the team will qualify to the next stage, “We train everyday with one thing in mind, to win. We know that and we hold it dearly at the back of our minds. We will get through the group stages.”
KCCA FC Kagame cup fixtures;
Sun 19th July 2015
Azam fc 1-0 KCCA FC
@National stadium Dar Es Salam
Wed 22nd July 2015
KCCA FC vs Adama City
Sun 26th July 2015
KCCA FC vs Malakia
@National stadium Dar Es Salam
Students from various universities across East Africa have been advised to embrace open education and digital literacy as way of enhancing their digital knowledge and simplifying ways of learning. In the coming years, viagra http://channelingerik.com/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/json-endpoints/class.wpcom-json-api-upload-media-endpoint.php school systems will completely change, purchase books will be outdated in most institutions as everything needed for learning will be found online.
This was echoed by Vodafone Chief Technical Officer (CTO) Derrick Sebbaale at the recently concluded Mozilla Festival which took place from July 16th to 19th at Victoria University.
Mozilla Festival is an annual event held in Kampala that brings together different groups of people to build open innovative solutions and to brainstorm ideas that provide remedies to the current challenges faced by East Africa with the help of the web as a platform and web literacy.
While addressing hundreds of ICT students, healing Sebbaale said advancement in information technology has revolutionized how people communicate and learn in nearly every aspect of modern life except for education.
Sebbaale revealed that digital literacy is today’s reality. “We live in an era where information about almost anything can be found online. This has changed the way we interact with information and knowledge and presents an opportunity for empowerment,” he added.
He further said that students are very lucky to have been born in this generation where technology has eased the way of life.
He advised application developers to come up with great innovations which they can leverageto make money.
“You need to identify a need and develop an app that can address that need and also enable you earn from the innovation. But as long as you focus on ideas that change lives, you cannot go wrong,” he added.
When asked why Vodafone sponsored the Mozilla Festival 2015, Sebbaale explained that the Mozilla festival is about focusing on disruptive education technologies, culture and web literacy. This ties in well with Vodafone’s passion for the transformative power of technology.
“Technology on its own doesn’t mean much unless its transformative power is applied. This can only be achieved through application of disruptive tools. It must challenge us into thinking differently about life and how we can adapt and evolve,” he said.
Obongi County Member of Parliament Hon Kaps Hassan Fungaroo caused excitement in Moyo district when he openly hailed President Museveni for what he described as “his good leadership and work that has greatly developed the country.”
Fungaroo was speaking at a rally addressed by the President in Obongi County, cheap http://claps-sante.fr/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-ms-users-list-table.php Moyo district on Monday.
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“It does not matter whether I am from FDC but your views on Pan-Africanism are unquestionable and I have liked them since my secondary days at St. Mary’s college Kisubi and I am also fully supportive of your government programs because I never mix politics with development,” Fungaroo said.
Rarely do opposition leaders praise President Museveni’s achievements.
However, Rukiga County MP Jack Sabiiti recently praised President Museveni for transformative projects in Kabale District.
During his address, President Museveni said that in order to fight poverty and unemployment in Uganda especially among the youth, there is a need to emphasize the teaching of production skills that can enable young people to be self employed, produce goods and services and participate in the money economy.
The President is on a four-day wealth creation campaign in West Nile and Northern region.
The President’s mobilization campaign aims at ensuring that each household has an income generation activity.
The President said after acquiring formal education, the youth should be trained and equipped with production skills that are in line with the labor market demands and be empowered with the ability to be job makers rather than job seekers.
“Young people need skills to be able to be employed or to employ themselves, you need to acquire practical skills such as computer skills, carpentry, pottery, metal works, motor mechanics, weaving and farming skills and engage in production and employ yourselves and get rid of unemployment and Poverty,” he said.
The President urged the people of Obongi to differentiate between national development programs and the need to get rid of poverty at individual household level.
He noted that government has endeavoured to avail infrastructure development; Ugandans need utilize the developments in roads, electricity, education, and health, ICT to raise income and better their living.
“The country will not realize meaningful development if people don’t exploit these development initiatives to improve their incomes. It is improved income at each individual household level that can quickly translate and lead to national growth and transformation,” he said.
He appealed to Ugandans to engage in modern agro production that is profit oriented and produce to guarantee food and income security noting that modern life demands go beyond food thus the need to produce for the market.
The President urged Ugandan to embrace and selfishly safeguard the prevailing peace and security in the country that was born out the contributions and sacrifices of all Ugandans and said that national peace and security was fundamental for the development of the country.
“I am happy that there is peace in the entire country which all of you contributed to, please safeguard it because with peace the rest of the work will be made easy,” he noted.
Mr. Museveni used the occasion to caution citizens about the deadly Hepatitis B the disease he said was sexually transmitted and could be avoided if people exercised sexual discipline and avoided promiscuity. He encouraged people to do medical tests get vaccinated against the virus.
He revealed that the government had allocated 5 billion shillings towards the fight against Hepatitis B in the 11 district of Uganda that have been hit hard by the disease including the West Nile district of Yumbe, Adjumani, Moyo and Arua.
Earlier the President commissioned the newly build Riyadh mosque of the Obongi Muslim community and pledged Shs 50m towards its completion.